We are Hyper Gamey.
An indie game development studio.

Hyper Gamey is a young indie game development studio based in Romania and founded in 2019.
We love working on our FPS project, Open Mod and believe that the FPS community would like to see what we have in mind.

We also love Virtual Reality and have a project in the works, a low poly, multiplayer helicopter warfare game called Copter Strike VR.

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We, at Hyper Gamey, have one main mission, which is to bring Open Mod to life

We love working on our FPS project, Open Mod, and we believe in our vision. Open Mod is a free-to-play, niche, extreme-hardcore, tactical, competitive and immersive first person shooter that is approached differently than conventional first person shooter games and which is focused on providing a big variety of first person customization options so that the players can have an as unique as possible experience. Open Mod is in private Early Access stage. If you want to participate in closed testing session feel free to join our Discord and apply for the @earlyaccess role!



We also have a side mission, since we love Virtual Reality, and that is Copter Strike VR, an arcadey, low poly, helicopter dogfight experience set in a vibrant cartoon-like world. This title doesn’t aim for realism and just wants to bring the fun!​

Copter Strike is now released on Steam and on the Oculus AppLab!  The AppLab version will work on both Quest and Quest 2 standalone platforms. Crossplay between PCVR and standalone is possible. To find out more information, get support or give us your feedback and suggestions join the Copter Strike VR Discord server.

Meet the team behind Hyper Gamey Studio.

Our team consists of two game developers who also founded this company , one 3d modeler and 3d texture artist, one website and backend developer and one social media and PR manager. We love game developing and we hope you like our doings! We’ve been working on those projects for a few years without any funding, just passion and believing in our vision. However, there are more people behind our team, as freelance partners.

Marian Nastase

Founder and Lead Developer

Based in Romania

Madalina Dobre

Founder and Lead Developer

Based in Romania

Sławomir Kozak

3D Modeler and 3D Texture Artist

Based in Poland

Raphaël Sente

Web and Backend Developer

Based in Belgium

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